1. Chinese President Xi Jinping greeting Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak
2. Close of Xi
3. Close of Razak
4. Xi greeting members of Malaysian delegation
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6. Delegation walking away
7. Wide of meeting
8. Xi addressing delegates at meeting
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10. SOUNDBITE (English) Najib Razak, Malaysian Prime Minister:
"(The) Chinese government and the Chinese people over the missing plane MH370, it has been a very, very testing time for both countries, as well as testing in terms of our bilateral ties. But I believe the relations between our countries are strong enough to endure this test. And I believe that we will see the strategic importance of our bilateral relations not to be affected by this incident, as tragic as it is."
11. Wide of meeting
12. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) Xi Jinping, Chinese President:
"I hereby want to express my gratitude to you personally, the Malaysian government and the international community (for the efforts with the search for flight MH370)."
13. Wide of meeting
14. Steve Wang, relative of passenger on board flight MH370
16. SOUNDBITE (English) Steve Wang, Relative of missing passenger on board flight MH370:
"I know that in that situation he is visiting China, he wants to give a present (be polite) to the (Chinese) government, I can understand, but for this thing (the disappearance of flight MH370) is not only for the relationship between two countries; but the most is that it is for 239 lives, so I think he should be more responsible for all the people on board, and for all the next of kin."
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said on Friday that bilateral ties between Malaysia and China will not be affected by the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.
Razak, who met Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing, said it had been "a testing time for both countries".
Xi responded by thanking Razak and the Malaysian government for its efforts in trying to locate the missing plane, which disappeared en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on 8 March with 239 people on board.
About two-thirds of the passengers were Chinese.
Steve Wang, a relative of one of the passengers who was on flight MH370, said the plane's disappearance wasn't just about "bilateral relations" but the "239 lives" of those on board.